Posts Tagged ‘Aliens’
"Neighbors 2," a 25th-anniversary edition of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" & Val Lewton's "Cat People" Criterion Collection edition lead this week's releases.
Whatever enjoyment you find is an OK-fine white flag, not a willful surrender to spectacle. Though slick, the visuals boast all the awe of a software upgrade.
From a banner year for sci-fi comedies, Nick takes a look at one of the greatest ... and one of the not-so-greatest.
Next up on Film on Vinyl’s playlist: Spacelab 9's release of the "District 9" soundtrack and a chat with label manager, Dave Amcher. No CDs Allowed.
"Oblivion" makes some ill-advised narrative decisions and largely wastes Tom Cruise, but a curious combination of analog patience and digital prowess saves it.
Chris and special guests Richard Propes and Bob Bloom address all the movie reboots that have been invading theaters. Is it time to rebut the reboots?
"The Darkest Hour" is the perfect example of what happens when a bad B-movie gets an A-sized budget. Not good. Not good at all.
After surviving WWII, a depression and two major fires, they're still going strong.
"Attack the Block" is a middle-of-the-road horror flick that never lives up to its potential.
The wonderful show that has something for everyone astounds, terrifies and has plenty of mysteries for its fall return.
A mess of a movie, Green Lantern has moments of comic-book summer-movie goodness but leaves you unsatisfied.
A patently ridiculous action/war/alien-invasion flick that manages to squeak out some entertainment amidst the deafening booms.
"I got good news and bad news, girls. The good news is your dates are here. The bad news is they're dead." Need I say more?